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PublishDate: Monday, April 22, 2013 12:00

Pakistan trapped in "Talibani democracy"

Due to Afghanistan government anti-Taliban policies and having friendly relationships with U.S, Paki

Pakistan elections were held but unlike expectation, elections failed to free Islam Abad from dictatorial and undemocratic government.

According to Pakistan elections result, the new government is not expected to seek peace especially in Afghanistan.

Regarding the reports, the two political parties won the elections have always cooperated with Taliban so much so that they called Taliban anti-Afghan government attack as "Jihad".

Nawaz Sharif, the former prime minister, and Imran Khan, the Pakistani cricketer, won most of the chairs of parliamentary.

This comes as the winner parties have been saved from extremist Taliban threatens of attacking on the election candidates during their election campaigns.

Nawaz Sharif pledged to put an end to Pakistan alliances with the U.S-led world coalition if his party seizes the power.

Imran Khan having led a number of large anti-U.S protests in Islam Abad allowed to fight against U.S forces in Afghanistan and called the Afghan government as the West puppet.

Nawaz Sharif will highly likely be elected as prime minister and Imran Khan will sit on the federal government chair.

This, meanwhile, put the Afghanistan pace and security at serious risk.


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